According to 9 News in Denver, Colorado:  Since the theater shooting in Aurora, gun classes are full, sales are climbing, and people are asking tons of questions. 9 News interviewed Brandon Baker, owner of Rocky Mountain Guns & Ammo in Parker, he says “The phones won’t stop ringing, and the customers won’t stop coming.”

According to 9 News, The Colorado Bureau of Investigation approved background checks for 2,887 gun customers between Friday and Sunday. That is a 43 percent increase over those same days last week.

US Representative Diana DeGette (D-Colorado) is joining lawmakers from New York and New Jersey to draft a bill to ban the type of high-capacity ammunition clips used by theater shooting suspect.

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